Practice-Ready Solutions from Thomson Reuters
Connect Theory and Practice
These practice-ready solutions are provided by your law library to help you begin your career as a practicing attorney, supported. All you have to do is enroll in our Grad Elite program to continue gaining access. To gain access you will receive a pop-up when you logged or you can go HERE and hit agree . These experiential legal tools are designed to help you build confidence, find insight into complex questions, and more - all through the support of your law school. For the first 18 months after graduation you will have access to the below products for 60 hours each month to help make the connection between theory and practice.
Students and faculty have access to the industry-leading legal research platform with enhanced specialty content, including:
- Rise of American Law
- Tribal Law
- International Analytical
Students and faculty have to access to comprehensive legal information specific to China. Including the ability to view laws, regulations, cases, model contracts, and journals. See library for access.
Access Now (must be within the IP range to access)
Access thousands of how-to guidance materials, such as Practice Notes, Standard Documents and Standard Clauses, Checklists, Toolkits, and more.
Expert resources are organized by task and practice area. Students and faculty have the guidance of Practical Law, the legal research of Westlaw, and time-saving tools - all in one place.
Law eBook Access
Your books - powered up. Thomson Reuters ProView eBooks allows you the ability to access the law anywhere, anytime. It lets you research and work within your eBooks in the same way you do within your books while giving you the portability, convenience, and efficiency of a digital format. The titles in the collection will vary based on your library's collection.
Streamlined, cloud-based solution to help draft a variety of documents. Students and faculty can update documents with KeyCite flags, hyperlink citations, ensure proper citation formatting, and build a table of authorities.